Am Thu, Dec 23, 2021 at 01:13:32PM +0100 schrieb Winfried de Heiden via FreeIPA-users:
Using FreeIPA, 2FA can be made optional by enabling "Password" AND "Two
factor authentication (password + OTP)" for a user. For particular hosts the
2FA now can be made mandatory by enabling "Two factor authentication
(password + OTP)"
Now, for hosts for which 2FA is NOT mandatory, according to the man pages,
2FA can be made "invissible" by using the "single_prompt" option. In
"If the second factor is optional and it should be possible to log in either
only with the password or with both factors two-step prompting has to be
the sentence from the man page is not part of the description of the
'single_prompt' option but a general comment for '[prompting/2fa]'. And
it means that in your case 'single_prompt' won't work because "two-step
prompting" with first and second factor "has to be used".
However, this doesn't work. When using the "single_prompt" login will
Using two prompts, and just press enter for the second 2FA prompt, login
Hence: did I forget something or is there a bug involved?
FYI: tested on CentOS Stream9
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Winfried de Heiden
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